Last night, the Raiders beat the Texans 27-20 on Monday Night Football.  The game took place in Mexico City, which is something that the NFL does from time to time to generate international interest in American football.  So to cater to the audience a bit, ESPN's Chris Berman attempted to say "Monday Night Football" in Spanish, "Lunes Noche de Football," but kind of butchered it.

This is all pretty pointless, because Spanish-speaking people probably aren't watching the English-speaking ESPN feed of the game anyway.  And even if they were, why bother with just one Spanish phrase throughout the whole game?  What's the point?